RCA CRT Tv

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  1. JuanNarvaez

    JuanNarvaez Agent

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    Guys I need help please. I have an RCA 32 in CRT TV. I'm changing my bedroom, so I need to let go of my TV. Its an RCA model # F32649, entertainment series. Although is an old tv, it is in great conditions. I need help pricing the TV set. I've searched online for a little help, but have found nothing.
     
  2. CB750

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    Have you considered donating it to a charity and taking a tax deduction.
     
  3. JuanNarvaez

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    Not for a moment. But how much can I write off my taxes?
     
  4. Al.Anderson

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    It only helps if you itemize. And then you realize whatever yur tax bracket is, of the amount you claim it's worth. So if you're in the 25% bracket, and you claim that it's worth $100, you save $25 off your tax.
     
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    The reason I suggested donation is the fact that I don't think their is much used market for large CRT TV's these days. They are large, heavy, and bulky and don't ship easy. A donation would help out a Charity and afford someone a cheep TV.
     

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